Dr. Merril Smoak, the dean of Jubilee College of Music (JCM), offered an inspirational seminar on Music & Worship last week at Olivet University's San Francisco, CA campus.
Jubilee College of Music (JCM) held its concert graduate student recital at Olivet University's chapel last week. Students are required to perform a concert or complete writing their thesis papers to fulfill JCM's graduation requirements.
The Jubilee College of Music (JCM) announced today that it plans to establish and operate the Worship Institute ministry within the Jubilee organization.
On October 20, 2014 The Fellowship of California Church Musicians' Conference presented to Dr. Merril Smoak, Dean of Olivet University's Jubilee College of Music, the JOSEPH DANIEL EXCELLENCE IN CHURCH MUSIC AWARD. The award states that Dr. Smoak was presented the Joseph Daniel Award "For his excellent musical leadership for the cause of Christ in California."
"Always Singing" is the title of a new bi-monthly postings by Jubilee College of Music Dean Dr. Merril Smoak. The sub-title of this new column is "Notes from Dr. Smoak about Music & Worship."
With the 2014-15 school year just around the corner, Olivet is welcoming new academic leadership to support the helm of Olivet's growing academic programs.
On June 19,2014, Dr. Merril Smoak, the dean of Olivet University's Jubilee College of Music will lead an open discussion session with the JCM students.
Jubilee College of Music graduate Hyejin Jun arranged and performed at a composition recital at San Francisco's Center for New Music on Taylor Street.
Olivet University's Jubilee College of Music (JCM) graduate student will perform at next month's recital under the theme 'Music and Worship.' The recital will reflect on the ideas of love, forgiveness and grace harmonized through hymns, contemporary Christian worship, and videos.
Olivet University's Jubilee College of Music, JCM, is putting the final arrangements together for its 2014 Music Technology Workshop sponsored by alumni.
A composition concert by Jubilee College of Music alumni is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 25 at the main campus' University Chapel. The concert will showcase choral and instrumental music pieces performed by alumni composers. The concert will also feature JCM students' performances.